(Photo credit: Lee Wells, still from “Manhattan Bridge in Red, Green and Blue” for Bright Nights projection)
To commemorate the 100th birthday of the Manhattan Bridge, Random Number is presenting “Bright Nights” has “curated a program of digital artwork that celebrates the projected image, draws attention to the iconic architecture of the Manhattan Bridge, and electrifies the arts friendly DUMBO neighborhood.” Please join them tonight in Dumbo, Brooklyn to see the work of Burak Arikan, Motomichi Nakamura, Lee Wells, and Marius Watz projected onto the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage (Adams & Front Street side.)
October 7, 2009 / 7 pm – 10 pm
For more information on the artists and the event, go to RandomNumber.nu.
Although The Archway has been open for some time, the Dumbo Improvement District has completed their ‘beautification’ with lighting, benches, and street improvements. Wooden benches have been added and the lighting has been installed and painted black. The images above show the architect’s rendering and the actual photo from last week’s Superstar DJ Record Fair. The end results look very similar to what was envisioned. While the Dumbo Improvement District has completed The Archway improvements, they will continue to support the longer-term restoration of the archway, maintenance, and programming costs. We’re looking forward to more events under The Archway.
Tickets to the Fight are $25 for standing general admission and $50 for reserved ringside seating. DJs from halcyon will be spinning throughout the fight. Food and drink will be available for purchase.
DUMBO Fight Night 2009 is a fundraiser for the Dumbo Improvement District & The Archway. To purchase tickets, go to the secure site here.
Tickets to the Fight are $25 for standing general admission and $50 for reserved ringside seating. Food and drink will be available for purchase at the event.